Arthur R. "Art" Quimby (July 1, 1933 – December 6, 2010) was an American college basketball standout from the University of Connecticut. He played for the Huskies from 1951–52 to 1954–55 and is still the program's all-time leader in rebounds for a single game (40), single season (611) and career (1,716). He also owns the single season and career rebounding averages (24.4 and 21.5 per game, respectively). Quimby's combined career point and rebound totals (3,114) are more than any other Connecticut player.
A native of New London, Connecticut, Quimby attended the Bulkeley School, which was a small all-boys school whose basketball program was generally very good. He led the team to undefeated state and New England championships as a senior and was heavily recruited by college teams. Quimby was initially going to attend the University of Kentucky (UK) to play for Adolph Rupp, but due to a scandal at UK he decided to attend Connecticut.
After his college career ended, Quimby was selected by the Rochester Royals in the 1955 NBA draft after his territorial rights had been traded by the Boston Celtics. There was not enough money in professional basketball at the time for Quimby to want to play, so instead he spent the rest of his life as an educator after service with the military, serving in the Army Reserve as an officer.